Konkani to Haitian Creole Translation


Common Phrases From Konkani to Haitian Creole

KonkaniHaitian Creole
तुका देव बरें करूंMèsi
उपकार करूनTanpri
माफ करचेंPadon
गूड बायorevwa
तूं कसो आसा?Koman ou ye?
म्हाका माफ करातEskize m
म्हाका खबर नाM pa konnen
म्हाका समजताMwen konprann
म्हाका तशें दिसताmwen panse sa
मागीर मेळयाNa wè pita
काळजी घेPran swen
किदें चल्लां?Sak genyen?
कांय नजोPa janm bliye
वचूंयाAnn ale

Interesting information about Konkani Language

Konkani is an Indo-Aryan language primarily spoken by the Konkani community in western India, particularly along the west coast of Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka and Kerala. It belongs to the southern branch of Indo-Aryan languages and has its own unique script called "Devanagari." With over 7 million speakers worldwide, it holds official status in Goa as well as recognition from Sahitya Akademi (India's national academy for literature). The language exhibits significant influence from Sanskrit due to historical ties with Brahmin communities. Additionally, it incorporates loanwords from Portuguese during their colonial rule over parts of India. Konkani encompasses various dialects like Malvani-Konkani or Mangalorean Konkanis which differ slightly based on geographical location but share a common grammar structure.

Know About Haitian Creole Language

Haitian Creole is a unique language spoken by around 12 million people in Haiti and its diaspora. It developed as a result of the mixing of African languages with French during colonial times, making it one of the few creole languages based on French vocabulary. Despite being considered an offshoot of French, Haitian Creole has distinct grammar rules and pronunciation patterns. It uses Latin script but lacks standardized spelling due to historical reasons. The language incorporates loanwords from various sources including Spanish, English, Portuguese, and West African languages. Haitian Creole became recognized as an official language alongside French in 1987; however, most speakers primarily use it for everyday communication while reserving formal settings for using standard written or academic French.

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